For example, how many of these children committed suicide while on SSRIs in the hospital, and how many did so just after being released? Has anybody recently addressed the well-known clinical phenomenon that antidepressants first decrease psychomotor retardation and only later tend to "brighten" one’s world view and improve morale (particularly with competent psychotherapy and a good therapeutic alliance)? Were severely depressed children denied adequate inpatient treatment because of having poor insurance coverage? How many of these deaths were the result of "hit-and-run" treatment, that is, prescription of the drugs without intense follow-up and supervision of the child? In how many cases did the initial "improvement" in energy level and executive functions then allow the victim to carry out suicidal impulses that would have been relatively harmless with adequate therapeutic structure and supervision?